The Art of the Egg


Posted by Alex Caldwell on May 07, 2011 (2 Comments)

 The cultured class, as we know it, is dwindling. In school, at home and in the community, we no longer teach children appreciation for fine art. And our elders rarely mention it.

Vivian Alexander fine art sculptures are created for those who deeply appreciate culture, art and fine couture, people like you who have taken the time to read these words. To you we dedicate our efforts. For you we continue to create and dream and improve. Your uncompromising taste both respects the history of fine art and pushes our artistry forward so that you may continue to acquire and enjoy authentic, original art.  

It is a privilege to create inspired works of art. But we, the artist, lose that privilege if we don’t create objects that you can take home, appreciate and display for your friends to admire. So we invite you, the client, to be part of the artistic process. To inspire us with your individuality to help us create something remarkable, to express your own family history and traditions.


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I recently visited my brother and his family in Lafayette, and before my arrival he had picked up some of the tourist fliers so we could decide what to do while I was there. On a rainy day we decided to try the gallery and museum. What a spectacular find! Alex and Liza were very charming, and the artistry amazing. I know Tom will take more visitors to see them, and I will cherish my egg forever. I’m also VERY interested in taking a class to do this myself.

Posted by Julie Hart on May 06, 2013

To whom it may concern,

I had the grand opportunity to have a delightful conversation with Mr Caldwell at the charity auction for the Children Shelter. It is such a wonderful thing to see the sparkle in the eye of a fellow artist when the topic turns to each others craft. I enjoyed meeting Mr Caldwell and look forward to sharing more in the future.


Andre LeBlanc

Posted by Andre' LeBlanc on June 17, 2011

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